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Apparently the sales of the Nexus 4 has spiked.
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Apparently the sales of the Nexus 4 has spiked.
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

Reasons why the Nexus 4 is in such high demand:
  • Premium build quality for an affordable price
  • Comes with latest Android version pre-installed
  • Android updates are instant and the Nexus 4 will always be the first smartphone to get Android updates
  • Great 768p IPS screen quality
  • Great camera
  • Excellent software features and Android ecosystem
  • Fastest processor S4 Pro with other top-notch hardware

Build quality is not the great if it breaks easily.
Camera is so so. My older HTC Amaze still takes better photos. Compare to GNex is not that much better.
The CPU/GPU are the fastest but are not performing up to pair with other S4 PRO devices.
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Apparently the sales of the Nexus 4 has spiked.

apparently the number of posts about nexus 4 sales spikes has spiked
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Build quality is not the great if it breaks easily.
Camera is so so. My older HTC Amaze still takes better photos. Compare to GNex is not that much better.
The CPU/GPU are the fastest but are not performing up to pair with other S4 PRO devices.

Benchmarks don't mean anything in terms of real life performance.
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Benchmarks don't mean anything in terms of real life performance.

Clearly its no faster then GNex in real world especially Browser wise. I have both and you cant tell the difference.
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Getting my nexus 4 tomorrow...

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Getting my nexus 4 tomorrow...
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Case that sucker or it will break at any drop no matter the distance.
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Clearly its no faster then GNex in real world especially Browser wise. I have both and you cant tell the difference.

I've used both and the LG Nexus 4 is much smoother.

The LG Nexus 4 is a huge upgrade over the GNex in terms of specs.
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I've used both and the LG Nexus 4 is much smoother.
The LG Nexus 4 is a huge upgrade over the GNex in terms of specs.

Yes and probably would make sense in 1 year or so. Right now Android is still build around GNex performance level. I dont even thing 4.2 fully uses the huge increase in hardware N4 has. I mean the CPU alone is probably 3-4x theoretically faster. Same goes for GPU.
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